RECAP: Getting More Done With Less Event

Author by James Savage

With the busy lifestyle that most business professionals live today it is important to be productive, efficient and time savvy. That was the theme of the event Business Improvement: Getting More Done with Less on Friday March 20, 2009 at Microsoft’s Waukesha office. Concurrency employees taught twenty guests that using SharePoint can eliminate costs as well as cut back on many time constraints that come up on a day to day basis. This business improvement program requires fewer people and a smaller budget. The following bullet points were addressed while a step-by-step process of getting the most out of SharePoint was introduced to guests:
  • Collaborative Document Development
  • Automated Forms
  • Sensitive Records Management
  • Performance Management & Automated Reporting
  • Departmental Budget Management
  • Content Search and Reuse
  • Integrated Communications & Approval Routing
  • Remote Training
The main portion of the event was going over the step-by-step process of SharePoint and the process of making it valuable to your business. Step one of the process included the business process. The coordinators of the event went through how to review the line of business applications and the unstructured work your business might have. Part two went more in depth on the unstructured work and the process to evaluate the opportunity for improving the undefined area. In part three a few solution examples were provided including the readily improvable business processes. In the last section, part four, there was an in depth conversation on engaging these solutions and the next step to take. Guest’s came out of this event with the knowledge to lead them into a brighter future for their company with the help of Concurrency. Not only did they learn the value of SharePoint but also the step-by-step process of why every company should be utilizing this platform. For more information on business productivity and SharePoint, please call Concurrency at 262-364-5800 or view the website at http://www.concurrency.com/technology/sharepoint. [wp_announce_marquee]
Author

James Savage

James Savage is the President of Concurrency, Inc., an information technology solution company he founded 1989. Its customers are among the most successful communication, construction, financial, insurance, logistics, and manufacturing companies in the Midwest.